NEWCASTLE, England (AP) – Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...
Kenny Dalglish has revealed he will sit down at the end of the season with Liverpool's owners to thrash out his future.
Sir Alex Ferguson said only a Devon-Loch style collapse can stop Manchester City from claiming their first Premier League title.
Manchester United are ready to battle with Tottenham for Crewe whizz-kid Nick Powell.
Newcastle will listen to offers for striker Leon Best and full-back Danny Simpson during the summer.
Everton are to monitor West Brom's unsettled defender Jonas Olsson.
Crystal Palace are ready to raid Motherwell for speedy winger Jamie Murphy.
Bacary Sagna has blasted Norwich's Bradley Johnson over the tackle that broke his leg in Saturday's 3-3 draw.
David Beckham fluffed his big Olympic audition for Stuart Pearce with another poor show for LA Galaxy.
Arsenal will make the first move in the race for Fulham's Clint Dempsey.
Premier League-bound Southampton will make a £3million bid for Birmingham defender Curtis Davies, if they fail to win promotion.
Roberto Mancini yesterday finally conceded the title is within touching distance for Manchester City.
Steve Kean's decision to call a summit meeting with his senior players may have come too late.
Sir Bobby Robson's statue at Newcastle was revealed yesterday at the Gallowgate End before their game with Man City.
Two-goal Yaya Toure last night claimed Manchester City have one hand on the Premier League trophy.
John Terry says Chelsea can make Roman Abramovich's next big decision an easy one by winning the Champions League.
Sir Alex Ferguson is banking on a miracle from his old mate Mark Hughes to save Manchester United's title bid.
Frank Lampard is pleading with Chelsea to change their minds and hand Didier Drogba a new deal to keep him at Stamford Bridge.
David Moyes has refused to get excited over the prospect of Everton finishing above Liverpool.
Alex McLeish wants the chance to win over critical fans who are still demanding he should be sacked.
Clint Dempsey kept Fulham on course for what Martin Jol believes will be the club's best league campaign.
Scottish football is at war going into today's crucial SPL meeting at Hampden.
Charlie Mulgrew and James Forrest last night celebrated awards at the Cheque Centre PFA Scotland awards in Glasgow.
Rangers star Dorin Goian insists he's going nowhere this summer.